Bedlingtonshire Community High School presents HAIRSPRAY the musical. A fabulous cast and crew have worked very hard to create a musical extravaganza for your viewing. Please come along and support the students. Dates and times shown below.
Date: Tuesday 4th April.
Time : 7.00pm
Date: Wednesday 5th April.
Under 18s-£2.00 Over 18s—£4.00
Tickets available at school reception
BCHS Palace Road Bedlington NE22 7DS
Students in Year 7, 8 and 9 had a special assembly on Monday morning, 27 March, when former England Rugby player Katy Storie came into school to tell her story as part of the Sky Sports Living for Sport Programme. A group of students who are Gifted and Talented in PE will be part of the Sky Sports Project next term where they will receive another visit from Katy. Katy told her story of how she grew up hating who she was because of the way she looked and had no love of PE until a life changing moment when she was introduced to weightlifting, and won numerous titles in the sport, which led her to play rugby and represent England winning 6 nations titles. Katy left the students with a take home message of; learn to love what makes you different because it’s what makes you stand out.
Mother’s Day was fast approaching and class 7KGN were keen to show their mum’s how much they were appreciated. They talked about the sentiment of giving and receiving and the class decided rather than buy something for their mum’s they would rather make them something special to keep.
They all set about choosing a poem, photograph or picture their mum’s would love then printed them off, adding their own special message. Once printed they were laminated and a calendar was added to make a very simple but very personal gift.
There were a lot of very happy, proud smiley faces at the end of guidance which I am sure was mirrored on Mothering Sunday morning.
Tuesday 28 March Pasta pots on the hot counter include:
BBQ Chicken or Chicken Tikka
Tomato and Basil or Cheese
Wednesday 29 March is Chinese day. You can choose from
Chicken and noodle stir fry or vegetable spring rolls with savoury rice, curry sauces & prawn crackers for only £1.65.
Thanks to all staff, students and parents who donated or bought mothers day gifts from the stall in school on Thursday and Friday. A grand total of £74 was raised for the charity ‘Tiny Lives’. We hope that the gifts brought joy to all mothers/care givers.
Today, 20 March, Yr 7 students participated in a team building Workshop led by Carole Richards from Northumberland Education Business Partnership and supported by six local employers.
The aim of this activity is to encourage students to work on their own, then in pairs and then as a team to produce a 4m Tetrahedron. This activity introduces to children to the skills required to work in the STEM sectors and allows the students to develop their team working skills, problem solving skills, leadership skills,time management skills and their communication skills. Working with employers gives the children the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the world of work and raises their job awareness.
Four of our students have fund raised £663.82 for Red Nose day through selling Red noses, non school uniform day, having a bake sale at break and lunch time and doing a staff Sweep stake competition.
Mrs Bailes won the Staff Sweep stake winning £30 Well Done!!
Don’t forget about the mothers day stall Thursday and Friday break time and lunch time inside the library. Bring in some loose change as all items either £1 or £2. All proceeds to Tiny Lives charity.
Bedlingtonshire Community High School held their first Year 8 Options evening last night, 21 March. The evening began with an informative briefing from Deputy Headteacher Mr Ron Hinshaw and then parents were given the opportunity to discuss course with subject staff. Information leaflets were available for parents to take away and the opportunity for parents to meet with senior staff to further discuss option choices was made available. Thank you to all parents who attended and also the parents from Meadowdale Academy.
This week, 20 March, we had our Year 7 parents evening. The evening was well attended by parents and staff were given the opportunity to inform parents about the progress made by their sons and daughters. Thanks to everyone who attended.